Jennifer Eccleston reports: At least 90 people have been killed as Liberian rebels take their fight to the capital of Monrovia (search). Thousands of Liberians have been gathering outside the embassy compound, asking when U.S. troops would come to protect them.
Guest Preview: Herman Cohen, former assistant secretary of state for Africa (search) will discuss the mayhem in Liberia.
Bret Baier reports: A U.S. soldier and an Iraqi interpreter were killed today in Baghdad (search) when their vehicle came under fire. Meanwhile, Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz (search), is in Iraq telling Iraqis to be patient.
Jim Angle reports: The visit in Texas for Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (search) and President Bush (search) is marked by a time of tense European relations. Berlusconi was one of the few European leaders that supported Bush in the weeks before the Iraq war.
What effects could the meeting between Bush and the leader who is infamous for not biting his tongue in the heat of the moment have on 'the state of the European Union?' We’ll get an update from the White House.
David Chater reports: Was there any foul play in the reported suicide of British Ministry of Defense scientist David Kelly (search)? A British judge has been appointed to investigate the apparent suicide.
Carl Cameron reports: Is the Democratic National Committee (search) guilty of editing the truth? The DNC is launching a TV ad campaign that shows an excerpt of the President’s State of the Union address, however it leaves out some important details.
Brian Wilson reports: Why are some homosexuals outraged at the language used last week in the House Ways and Means Committee? We’ll get the story.
Trace Gallagher reports: In California Republicans are still pushing for a recall of Governor Gray Davis (search). However, is there a provision in the state constitution that could make sure Democrats remain in control for the rest of the decade?
Details on those stories and more on Special Report with Brit Hume.
— Guests and topics are subject to change